Pharmacists are uniquely qualified to help patients and healthcare teams utilize pharmacogenomics (PGx) by offering the OneOme RightMed® comprehensive test as a clinical service. Providing insights for HUNDREDS OF MEDICATIONS across MANY MEDICAL CONDITIONS, the RightMed test can help pharmacists guide optimal medication selection and dosing.
OneOme makes pharmacogenomics accessible and intuitive to pharmacists through our reports, tools, and services.
The RightMed test results are provided in an evidence-backed, easy-to-read report that categorizes hundreds of medications based on the patient's predicted gene-drug interaction:
Several additional report types give you more control over what medications and/or medical specialties are included and in how much detail — all based on you and your patient’s needs. By streamlining the results based on what's most relevant to you, these reports help you make more informed prescription decisions, faster.
Providers and pharmacists get access to the RightMed Advisor, an interactive tool to quickly and easily interpret test results, explore more information about the medications in the OneOme database, evaluate drug-to-drug interactions, and generate customized reports.
OneOme has partnered with an independent provider network to make it easier to access providers who can order the RightMed test for patients. We offer a variety of ordering workflows for pharmacists in order to meet your unique needs.
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Trial and error as a prescription method can lead to therapeutic failures before the right drug and dosage are found.
The approach to care is changing. Pharmacists are optimizing the paradigm of patient care by incorporating genomics into clinical decision making. This proactive approach advances pharmacy by improving patient care and personalizing drug therapies.
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